“Turned” — Susannah Jordan


I’ve been enchanted with nature, and trees in particular, for as long as I can remember. In the winter you can find me wandering around outside, snapping pictures of snow-covered tree limbs. In the spring, I’m bewitched by the flowering branches. This piece of digital photo art resulted from playing around in Photoshop with a picture I took of trees displaying fall foliage.



Susannah Jordan earned an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte, where she served as Nonfiction Editorial Assistant for Qu, the school’s literary magazine. Her flash fiction and poetry have appeared in Daphne Magazine, Cold Coffee Stand, Twisted Sister, 50-Word Stories, Apocrypha and Abstractions, and Tiny Text. Her artwork and photography have appeared in Gravel, The Tishman Review, Oxford Magazine, Figroot Press, Cold Creek Review, Calamus Journal, and Riggwelter Press.

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